Pablo Reinoso, ‘Banco Firulete’, 2011, Baró Galeria

Bench: 40 x 300 x 33 cm; Firulete (decorations): 64 x 137 x 180 cm

About Pablo Reinoso

Pablo Reinoso was introduced to carpentry by his grandfather, and began crafting furniture at the age of six. Combining artistry and craftsmanship in his sculptures, Reinoso hews wood, slate, brass, marble, and steel into surrealist designs. Referencing organic and manufactured forms, Reinoso’s sculptures evoke such disparate entities as spaghetti, tree branches, and human hair, and, with their functional purpose, probe at the relationship between art and design.

Argentine-French, b. 1955, Buenos Aires, Argentina, based in Paris, France

Solo Shows

2013
Art Plural Gallery, 
Pablo Reinoso - Living Sculpures, Le French May, Macao

Group Shows

2014
Art Plural Gallery, 
Singapore,
Flux - Collective Exhibition